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Randy

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I've made several attempts to setup Kerio and DNS in order perform a gradual migration of Exchange users to Kerio. Every time I initiate the mx record in exchangedomain.com and configure the Kerio server to allow the new Kerio user to receive for that exchangedomain.com the other exchange users not on Kerio but still on exchange stop receiving email.

Here's my configuration:

Kerio 7.2.3 user migration from Exchange 2003

Kerio server on OSx Snow Leopard 10.6:

1. Setup primary domain1.com
2. Setup exchangedomain.com as alias of domain1.com
3. Setup primary domain1.com forwarding to exchange mx record remote.exchangedomain.com
4. Select checkbox If recipient was not found in the domain, forward to another host

Exchangedomain.com DNS MX and A records:
a> mail host>Kerio IP address
a> remote host>Exchange IP adress
mx> 5 mail.exchangedomain.com
mx> 10 remote.exchangedomain.com

What am I missing here?
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tonyswu

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Since you have your Exchange box and Kerio box on two different domains, I would configure forwarding on the Exchange server instead of trying to configure relaying on Kerio server.
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Randy

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Thanks Tonyswu. I will look at it from the Exchange side and report back
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